The issue has gained new prominence amid media reports that one of the London Bridge attackers became radicalized by watching YouTube videos of an American Islamic preacher, whose sermons have been.. SFGate Also reported by •NYTimes.com
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc’s Google will implement more measures to identify and remove terrorist or violent extremist content on its video-sharing platform YouTube, the company said in a blog post on.. Huffington Post
A report reveals one of the London Bridge attackers was radicalized after watching extremist videos of an American Islamic preacher on YouTube.
YouTube has updated its policies to curb such videos.. Musicrooms.net
Well, that didn't last long.
Nearly half of the American brands that made a show of pulling their ads from YouTube over placements on extremist videos in March have resumed advertising on the.. Mashable
Some of continental Europe's largest broadcasters today launched a new advertising platform that promises to safeguard firms from being tainted by extremist content.
In a vote of confidence for the.. City A.M.
More prominent advertisers, including both major U.K. political parties campaigning for Thursday’s election, suspended commercials on YouTube after their ads appeared before videos promoting.. Wall Street Journal
Newly leaked internal documents out of Facebook show how the social media company tackles hate speech, violent videos and revenge porn. The company faces a deluge of revenge porn on the site and.. bizjournals
LOS ANGELES ― Families of victims of the 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino filed a federal lawsuit this week against Twitter, Facebook and Google’s YouTube over claims the tech companies.. Huffington Post
HONG KONG, April 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hotmob, the leading mobile marketing company, today announced its safety-first demand side platform (DSP) with brand-protection strategy in place to safeguard.. PR Newswire Asia
YouTube will no longer display ads on videos from channels with fewer than 10,000 views, a move the company says was in the works long before the current controversy over ads appearing before extremist.. L.A. Times Also reported by •SFGate